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FOX News
Dec 3, 2013 3:00am PST
year. what do you think about that? >>> seattle seahawks stadium is once again the record holder for stadium noise. guiness was on hand when the noise level reached 138-decibels. what's even more amazing, the fans were so pumped up, they caused an actual earthquake. in the first quarter, michael bennett returned a fumble for a touchdown. a 1.2 earthquake reject sistered at a nearby reporting station. a total of five seismic events occurred during that game. >>> and he's been dubbed the tippy the fainting squirrel for obvious reasons. he can't seem to stay upright for more than a few seconds. but a couple of fainting spells won't keep him from -- he gets up after each one as if nothing happened. his fainting spells have gone viral with nearly 200,000 views on youtube. those are your headlines. 138 decibels is what it registered, that's a jet, is 140 decibels. >> that's loud. >> they mean business when they say the 12th man there. >> right. >> by the way, i was just looking on-line and with our e-mail, a number of people think that image of the woman is a fake. >> see that? i was askin
FOX News
Dec 3, 2013 2:00am PST
on the next play giving the giants a 24-17 victory. the seattle seahawks looking to clinch the first nfc playoff spots taking on the new orleans saints. finding zach miller for the 60 yard gain. a few plays later putting seattle up 17-0. that is how it would go for the rest of the game. the first playoff spot. >> the 88 foot tall capital christmas tree is set to shine tonight. house speaker john boehner will flip the switch as part of the tree lighting ceremony. he will be assisted by a 6-year-old boy from washington state who made one of the 5,000 hand crafted ornaments that will decorate that tree. it has been a capitol hill tradition since 1964. >> time for your first degree weather update from maria molina. >> snow and freezing rain in parts of the country. we have this area of low pressure out across parts of the rockies starting to intensify. what will happen in the next 12-24-hours is this system will be splitting up into two pieces one will be pushing up across the midwest into the northern plains. some spots a foot or more. in the second area it will be moving across colorad
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